Seeing is Believing

Seeing is Believing

Kevin Cox and Roger Gunn explain how human imaging is crucial for drug development

The Biologist Vol 60(6) p32-35

In the last 40 years our ability to see beneath the skin has undergone a rapid evolution. There is now a wide range of non-invasive imaging devices that detect radioactive, magnetic, optical, auditory or electrical signals from the body. Together with advanced mathematical modelling, we can use them to reconstruct exquisite images of our internal biology...

 

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